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Day: April 19, 2013

Jones Selected as New Vice President and Provost

Nicholas Jones, the current Benjamin T. Rome Dean of Whiting School at Johns Hopkins University, has been selected as vice president and provost at Penn State. Jones' appointment, effective July 1, is subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees at its May 3 meeting. As vice president and provost, Jones serves as PSU's chief academic officer, reports to the president of the university and acts as chief executive officer in the absence of the president.
Jones was selected for this position at Penn State after the university launched a nationwide search for a permanent leader, as the position was held interim since November 2011 by Robert Pangborn.

Penn State Baseball Weekend Preview

Penn State Baseball seeks its first Big Ten win this weekend in a three game series against Iowa.

Penn State Reconsiders Controversial Pipeline Route

Borough Council voted to oppose permitting Columbia Gas from installing the pipeline in residential neighborhoods on April 1 -- a fight which they were likely to lose legally.

It turns out, their efforts may not have been in vain. Penn State released a press release last night saying that they were asking Columbia Gas to "reevaluate" the proposed route and considering running it through campus.

Blue-White Game Preview: What to Watch For

Beaver Stadium is the site of Penn State's 15th and final spring practice, affectionately known as the Blue-White, game tomorrow. It is easy and tempting to over-analyze what happens, but with that said, the game does present some interesting story lines that can provide some insight about the 2013 Nittany Lions. Below are five things to keep an eye on.

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Penn State Baseball Game Benefits THON

Penn State will host the Iowa Hawkeyes on Sunday, April 21st at 12:05pm at Medlar Field, giving a portion of student ticket sales as a donation towards next years THON. One dollar of every student ticket sold will be donated. Student tickets are two dollars at the gate and you can purchase them with your Penn State ID.

Celebrate Earth Day at Penn State

As any eco-conscious Penn State student (or anyone who has used an on campus bathroom recently and had the opportunity to read this week's Stall Stories) knows, this Monday April 22 is Earth Day. Show your support for environmental protection by attending the events that will be going on around campus all day long.

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